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February 22, 2013

Attorney, ‘Army’ aid breast cancer victim

NEW CASTLE — Attorney Dallas W. Hartman is reaching out to a Sharon woman battling breast cancer.

Adrienne Litman-Toth, 31, was diagnosed in October with the disease. Throughout February, Hartman has pledged to donate $1 for every new “like” on his Facebook page — — up to $5,000.

In addition, Hartman has partnered with the Adrienne’s Army Benefit Dinner and Chinese Auction at 5 p.m. Saturday in the Yankee Lake Ballroom in Brookfield, Ohio.

Litman-Toth, originally from Brookfield, Ohio, now lives in Sharon with her husband Dean. The two have been married just over a year and are expecting their first child in May.

“Adrienne is one of the most determined individuals we have ever met,” Hartman said. “With your help and support, combined with her strengthAttorney, ‘Army’ aid breast cancer victim

and will to fight this terrible affliction, we are encouraged that Adrienne can defeat her cancer, have a beautiful baby, and get back to enjoying life.

“I am very blessed to have the ability to support causes like Adrienne’s. My wife Kris and I have known Adrienne for several years and are so grateful that we are able to support her and her battle with cancer. Her determination and positive attitude are an inspiration to all of us.”

Adrienne’s Army was assembled as a nonprofit organizationdesigned to show support to Adrienne and Dean as they endure personal and financial hardships during this time.

Doors for Adrienne’s Army Benefit Dinner and Chinese Auction at Yankee Lake open at 5 p.m. Saturday, and the buffet dinner will begin at 6 p.m.

Tickets will be sold at the door the day of the event. Pre-sale tickets at Our Gang’s Lounge in downtown Sharon, or by calling John Litman at (724) 866-3203.

The price of a ticket is $15 for adults and $10 for children. Kids under 6 are free of charge, although donations are happily accepted).

On March 1, Auctions for Adrienne will go live on eBay with additional items donated by the community.

Anyone  interested in donating to Auctions for Adrienne, please visit Dallas Hartman’s Facebook page for information.

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